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Sontag: Her Life is based on hundreds of interviews with people who knew her well, including the photographer Annie Leibovitz, said publisher Allen Lane. Susan Sontag: A Biography Hardcover – Aug by Daniel Schreiber (Author)5/5(5). Susan Sontag's first novel (published in ) is a fairly turgid, over-intellectualized tale, mostly notable for a stiff prose style that suggests the author had never read a book written after Sontag is, of course, primarily an essayist, and the book is at its best whenever she's just musing on various by: 2. Moser spent seven years writing “Sontag,” an page tome that traces the arc of Sontag’s life from precocious Susan Lee Rosenblatt, born in Author: Nina Siegal.
Susan Sontag was born in New York City on Janu , grew up in Tucson, Arizona, and attended high school in Los Angeles. She received her B.A. from the College of the University of Chicago and did graduate work in philosophy, literature, and theology at . Utilizing hundreds of interviews conducted from Maui to Stockholm and from London to Sarajevo—and featuring nearly one hundred images—Sontag is the first book based on the writer’s restricted archives, and on access to many people who have never before spoken about Sontag, including Annie Leibovitz. It is a definitive portrait—a great American novel in the form of a biography/5(43). At the Same Time The Benefactor Death Kit I, Etcetera The Way We Live Now The Volcano Lover In America Against Interpretation and Other Essays. SONTAG. Her Life and Work. By Benjamin Moser. A man who’d been a classmate in grade school remembered being accosted one day in the yard by Susan Sontag, then around the age of 12, who wanted to.
of results for Books: Susan Sontag. Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Eligible for Free Shipping. (Library of America Susan Sontag Edition) by Susan Sontag and David Rieff | out of 5 stars Hardcover $ $ Get it . Susan Sontag (–) was a novelist, playwright, filmmaker, and one of the most influential critics of her generation. Her books include Against Interpretation, On Photography, Illness as Metaphor, and The Volcano Lover. In Susan Sontag wrote Illness as Metaphor, a classic work described by Newsweek as "one of the most liberating books of its time." A cancer patient herself when she was writing the book, Sontag shows how the metaphors and myths surrounding certain illnesses, especially cancer, add greatly to the suffering of patients and often inhibit them from seeking proper treatment. Looking for books by Susan Sontag? See all books authored by Susan Sontag, including On Photography, and Regarding the Pain of Others, and more on